Stockton Unified Grading Policy

Stockton Unified Grade Scale

Stockton Unified uses a standard grading scale to evaluate student performance. The grading scale is as follows:

GradePercentage RangeGPA Equivalent

This scale ensures that students are assessed fairly and consistently across all classes.


Here is an example of how to calculate the final grade using Stockton Unified’s grading scale:

AssignmentGrade (%)WeightWeighted Grade
Midterm Exam78%30%23.4
Final Exam92%50%46
Final Grade86.4%B

Final Grade: 86.4% (B)

Grading Policy

  • Homework: Accounts for 20% of the final grade.
  • Midterm Exam: Accounts for 30% of the final grade.
  • Final Exam: Accounts for 50% of the final grade.
  • Middle School Policy: Includes participation and attendance as part of the grade.
  • High School Policy: Emphasizes standardized test performance.


1. What is the passing grade in Stockton Unified?
A passing grade is any grade above 60%.

2. How are GPA and class rank calculated?
GPA is calculated based on the weighted grades from all courses. Class rank is determined by GPA.

3. Can students retake failed courses?
Yes, students can retake failed courses to improve their grades.

4. How are grades for advanced placement (AP) courses weighted?
AP courses have a higher GPA weighting to reflect the increased difficulty.

5. What factors into the final grade calculation?
Final grades are calculated based on homework, midterm exams, and final exams.

6. Are there grade appeals in Stockton Unified?
Yes, students can appeal grades through a formal process involving teachers and administrators.

7. Where can I find more information on Stockton Unified’s grading policies?
Visit the Stockton Unified website for more information.

Now that you understand Stockton Unified’s grading policy, calculate your final grade with our easy-to-use Grade Calculator or Final Grade Calculator!